Food Safety - Production and Storage

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International Guidelines on Drinking Water – Chlorine Collection 

 
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  • WHO has set a guideline of a maximum value of 5 mg/L for chlorine as a residual disinfectant in drinking water.
  • The Australian Drinking Water Guidelines requires that the level of chlorine in drinking water should not exceed 5 mg/L (5 parts per million).
  • Trihalomethanes (THM) guidelines are set at 0.250 mg/L.
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